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A public hearing will be held on March 24, 1992, on proposed regulations relating to
consolidated group refunds for insolvent financial institutions.
A public hearing will be held on March 26, 1992, on proposed regulations relating to the
stock and asset consistency rules of section 338 of the Code.
A public hearing will be held on April 15, 1992, on proposed regulations relating to
certain payments made pursuant to securities lending transactions.
Temporary, final and proposed regulations under sections 1502, 6402, and 6411 of the Code
relate to consolidated group refunds for insolvent financial institutions.
Resident populations of the various states for purposes of determining the 1992 calendar
year (1) state housing credit ceiling under section 42(h) of the Code, and (2) private
activity bond volume cap under section 146 are reproduced.
Proposed regulations relate to stock and asset consistency rules under section 338 of the
Proposed regulations under sections 861, 871, 881, 894, and 1441 of the Code relate to
certain payments made pursuant to a securities lending transaction.
A list is given of organizations now classified as private foundations and an organization
that is not a private operating foundation.
Rev. Rul. 92-9
Social security agreements (totalization agreements); list of countries. A list of
countries in which the U.S. has entered into social security agreements (totalization
agreements) is set forth.
Publication 553, Highlights of 1991 Tax Changes (Rev. Jan. 92), is now available.
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